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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • Both on the outward and on the homeward journey he measured distance by this landmark: and in his imagination he lived through a long train of adventures, marvellous as those in the book itself, towards the close of which there appeared an image of himself, grown older and sadder, standing in a moonlit garden with Mercedes who had so many years before slighted his love, and with a sadly proud gesture of refusal, saying: —Madam, I never eat muscatel grapes.

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  • It was a landmark Supreme Court decision.
  • the church steeple provided a convenient landmark

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